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Device Displays

Output to be perceived in the moment, without a permanent copy.
Cartoon image of a smiling green dinosaur-like figure facing forward with the legs spread wide and the arms out to the sides.

A Windows app that makes it easier to see where keyboard focus is on the screen.

Low profile, white desktop printer with controls in front on the left and a sheet feeder in the back.

A desktop Braille embosser for printing Braille onto paper and other materials.

Angled view of white rectangular printer with narrow green control panel on the front and four control knobs on the right. A sheet feeder is in the back.

A  wireless 120 CPS double-sided braille embosser that generates Library of Congress standard braille. It also supports a wide variety of media. 

 Large black monitor attached to a stand with large dials on bottom left and right. The stand is attached to a large flat black surface for placing documents.

A foldable desktop video magnifier with an HD monitor and compact design.

Small rectangular electronic device with black frame and LCD display showing lines of enlarged text.

A handheld video magnifier that features a 7” LCD screen with anti-glare coating, an HD camera, and a built-in stand.

Computer monitor displaying screenshot of Vindicator software with two small speakers in front as well as a small black rectangular device.

A line of electronic products that is primarily used to make electronic equipment accessible to disabled employees.

ClearView+ 22" models magnifying a photo of tulips; ClearView+ 22" HD UFA side view of monitor attached to arm; ClearView+ 24" Full HD UFA magnifying black text on a white background; and the ClearView+ 24" Full HD Speech touchscreen options, with a finger pointing to select "Save" option.

Autofocus desktop electronic video magnifier that enables users to read, write, view photos and other functions.

Yellow, black, magenta, green, and blue-colored calculator, displaying fractions in "top-down" format, rather than as decimals.

Designed to provide visual reinforcement for use by individuals with learning disabilities and cognitive impairments, while learning basic math skills.

A black flip-phone shown folded, with a time and the date display panel on the outside. On the right, the phone is unfolded, with a user dialing a number.

A simple mobile phone which includes low-vision and voice-output features, making it suitable for individuals with visual impairments.

A white wall plate with a built-in speaker and a large red button, with a label next to it reading "Push for Help".

An ADA-compliant, hardened, vandal-resistant, full-duplex, intelligent hands-free emergency assistance phone that provides VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) communications.